Jump is set to introduce singer/songwriter Ishizaki Huwie (the child of a David Bowie enthusiast, named for that artist) as the performer of the next Naruto Shippuden anime ending. His theme will be debuting in July.
The official website for Live Spectacle Naruto, the stage play adaptation of Masashi Kishimoto's internationally popular action manga series, has announced the schedule for its Chinese tour that will be held in six cities from October to December of this year. Hit the jump for more details.
Next up for the video game adventures of Naruto and co. is Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Blazing, a collaboration with GREE that's lined up for a 2016 release. There isn't much to go on at the moment, but Ultimate Ninja Blazing will be a free-to-play game on iOS and Android devices. More after the jump.
Anime fashion brand SuperGroupies is back with a new line of Naruto Shippuden inspired accessories, this time adapting the personalities of the Akatsuki into a set of jewelry. Itachi is represented by a necklace decorated with red agate (9,800yen), Deidara is a bangle with blue lapis lazuli, shaped to evoke the mouth/palm (6,800yen), and Sasori is a ring, decorated with purple amethyst and a dangling chain to represent chakra puppet strings (8,800yen).
Bandai Namco has posted a new trailer for Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4's "The Sound Four" DLC. This final pack for Naruto Storm 4 is coming on May 3rd for Season Pass owners and May 10th for everyone. It will include 4 new playable characters from the Sound Four: Tayuya, Jirobo, Kidomaru and Sakon/Ukon as well as their Combination Secret Technique "Ninja Art: Underworld Formation".